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Muon Spin Relaxation and fluctuating magnetism in the pseudogap phase of YBa$_{2}$Cu$_{3}$O$_{y}$

@article{Zhu2020MuonSR,
  title={Muon Spin Relaxation and fluctuating magnetism in the pseudogap phase of YBa\$\_\{2\}\$Cu\$\_\{3\}\$O\$\_\{y\}\$},
  author={Zihao Zhu and Jian Zhang and Zhaofeng Ding and Cheng Tan and Changshen Chen and Qiong Wu and Yanxing Yang and Oscar O. Bernal and Pei-Chun Ho and Gerald D. Morris and Akihiro Koda and Adrian D. Hillier and Stephen P Cottrell and Peter J. Baker and Pabitra K. Biswas and Jun Qian and Xin Yao and Douglas E. MacLaughlin and Lei Shu},
  journal={arXiv: Strongly Correlated Electrons},
  year={2020}
}
We report results of a muon spin relaxation study of slow magnetic fluctuations in the pseudogap phase of underdoped single-crystalline YBa$_{2}$Cu$_{3}$O$_{y}$, $y = 6.77$ and 6.83. The dependence of the dynamic muon spin relaxation rate on applied magnetic field yields the rms magnitude~$B\mathrm{_{loc}^{rms}}$ and correlation time~$\tau_c$ of fluctuating local fields at muon sites. The observed relaxation rates do not decrease with decreasing temperature~$T$ below the pseudogap onset at $T… 
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